Would you rather have.... (By guest from the United States  6 years ago)

Votes by gender

Guys
139 votes
76.3%
23.7%
Girls
51 votes
78.4%
21.6%
Unknowns
922 votes
78.63%
21.37%

Votes by country map view

United States
705 votes
77%
23%
United Kingdom
73 votes
86%
14
Canada
60 votes
70%
30%
Australia
47 votes
89%
11
Germany
21 votes
90%
10
Spain
18 votes
94%
6
Netherlands
16 votes
94%
6
Unknown
13 votes
69%
31%
Ireland
12 votes
67%
33%
Norway
12 votes
100%
Finland
6 votes
100%
Sweden
6 votes
100%
Bulgaria
5 votes
80%
20%
France
5 votes
40%
60%
Bosnia and Herzegovina
5 votes
20%
80%
Belgium
5 votes
80%
20%
Israel
5 votes
100%
Portugal
4 votes
100%
Argentina
4 votes
100%
United Arab Emirates
4 votes
75%
25%
Indonesia
4 votes
25%
75%
Turkey
4 votes
25%
75%
Italy
4 votes
75%
25%
Venezuela
3 votes
67%
33%
Philippines
3 votes
100%
Czech Republic
3 votes
100%
Saudi Arabia
3 votes
100%
Denmark
3 votes
100%
Poland
2 votes
100%
Serbia
2 votes
100%
Hungary
2 votes
50%
50%
Mexico
2 votes
100%
Hong Kong
2 votes
100%
New Zealand
2 votes
100%
China
2 votes
100%
Malaysia
2 votes
50%
50%
South Africa
2 votes
50%
50%
Taiwan
2 votes
50%
50%
Lithuania
2 votes
50%
50%
Europe
2 votes
100%
Iran
2 votes
100%
Egypt
1 vote
100%
Trinidad and Tobago
1 vote
100%
Faroe Islands
1 vote
100%
Republic of Korea
1 vote
100%
Honduras
1 vote
100%
Croatia
1 vote
100%
Sudan
1 vote
100%
Estonia
1 vote
100%
Pakistan
1 vote
100%
Bolivia
1 vote
100%
Azerbaijan
1 vote
100%
Paraguay
1 vote
100%
Algeria
1 vote
100%
Brazil
1 vote
100%
Lebanon
1 vote
100%
Uruguay
1 vote
100%
Ukraine
1 vote
100%
Yemen
1 vote
100%
Austria
1 vote
100%
Iran, Islamic Republic of
1 vote
100%
Switzerland
1 vote
100%
Iceland
1 vote
100%
Singapore
1 vote
100%
Jersey
1 vote
100%
Cyprus
1 vote
100%
Thailand
1 vote
100%
Vietnam
1 vote
100%
Afghanistan
1 vote
100%
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    8 months ago
    ico
    guest from New Jersey, United States
    No atheism.
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    1 year ago
    ico
    guest from Florida, United States
    HMMMMMM WHAT IAS THIS
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    2 years ago
    ico +3
    guest from Massachusetts, United States
    Either, religion is not important
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    2 years ago
    ico +6
    Religion doesn't matter.
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    10 months ago
    ico
    MustaKrakish Gold MedalGold TrophySuper Star from Pennsylvania, United States
    Yes it does. Look at all the unconstitutional laws that are religiously based and all the ones that go beyond the point of giving people religious freedom and ends up giving them preferential treatment and giving them an overabundance of loopholes to exploit. Why are gay rights taking so long to progress? Why are there so many people trying to stop the LGBT community from having rights? Why are churches that rake in millions of dollars a year allowed to not pay a single cent in taxes despite it clearly being a business? All because religious people are in charge of a nation that is SUPPOSED TO BE secular in the government.
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    10 months ago
    ico
    Yeah, there is this bias. But I'm concern more about the politician's policies.
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    10 months ago
    ico
    MustaKrakish Gold MedalGold TrophySuper Star from Pennsylvania, United States
    The more religious they are, the more likely they lean to the right. Not always but a vast majority of the time it is an indicator. You don't hear about atheists claiming global warming is fake. You don't see them trying to defund public schools because they aren't allowed by the constitution to force religion down the throats of the children and tell them evolution is a lie. You don't see atheists trying to ban abortion across the board regardless of the circumstances including rape, incest, complications, etc. because they feel like it's murder and it's NEVER acceptable even if doing so would save a woman's life. I could go on but hopefully you get my point. Religion can have a HUGE impact on their policies. Especially if they are right wing or red state democrat.
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    10 months ago
    ico
    Yeah, I know. But again, I would judge the politician more on their policies, which means I'm most likely going to agree with the atheist. HOWEVER, if I was choosing two politician and the atheist had an ideology I don't agree with, he won't be getting my vote.
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    2 years ago
    ico +3
    guest from England, United Kingdom
    Either would be better than a Christian president
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    2 years ago
    ico +1
    guest from North Carolina, United States
    haha same
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    2 years ago
    ico +3
    guest from North Carolina, United States
    Not all Atheist try to shoot down Christian faiths and ideals. I am Atheist but most of my friends are Christian. I never challenge their beliefs. But, I have been told I am going to hell many times for what I believe in. You guys aren't exactly kind about it either.
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    2 years ago
    ico +1
    Both would probably be better than Christian ones
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    2 years ago
    ico
    guest Blue Star from Florida, United States
    they can help with the attacks
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    2 years ago
    ico +2
    guest from Flanders, Belgium
    Religion till now has only caused troublle
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    2 years ago
    ico
    guest from Illinois, United States
    What is the problem with Muslim
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    3 years ago
    ico +1
    guest from Kentucky, United States
    Atheists shouldn't be here.
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    2 years ago
    ico +1
    Why?
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    8 months ago
    ico
    guest from New Jersey, United States
    Cause they have different moral values than most Americans. Only a Democrat would elect an atheist.
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    8 months ago
    ico
    False
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    8 months ago
    ico
    guest from New Jersey, United States
    Okay, well I was generalizing a bit but when you consider that the United States is a two-party system, and that the Republican Party has accepted the religious right-wing “faction” and how the Republican Party uses religion (Christianity) to gain the support of many Americans who are disappointed with how out of touch the Democratic Party is when dealing with issues of religion. To most Americans among the ranks of the Democratic Party there would be little issue. But this becomes a big issue when it gets brought up at the debates. It’s hard to respond if the moderator questioned your judgement on the grounds that you don’t share the spiritual or religious values of most Americans. If you don’t believe me just look at how viciously candidates like Mitt Romney and John F. Kennedy got attacked during elections for not being Protestant. Religion plays a much larger role in American politics than in any other country in the Western World.
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    3 years ago
    ico +1
    Simoneka97 FemaleSilver MedalBlue Star from Central Jutland, Denmark
    so... a prez or a prez?
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    3 years ago
    ico +6
    guest from Pennsylvania, United States
    Christian, preferably.
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    2 years ago
    ico
    Why?
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    10 months ago
    ico
    MustaKrakish Gold MedalGold TrophySuper Star from Pennsylvania, United States
    KYS
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    8 months ago
    ico
    guest from New Jersey, United States
    no u
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    4 years ago
    ico +4
    Cool_Dog_Group FemaleBronze MedalBlue Star from California, United States
    Who cares what they believe. As long as they're a good person who wants the best for the country, then I couldn't care less.
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    4 years ago
    ico +2
    Whichever one had better credentials
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    5 years ago
    ico +2
    guest from California, United States
    I agree either way this country would no be under God's protection unless we had a lot of Christians praying
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    2 years ago
    ico
    What?
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    5 years ago
    ico
    kylec4 MaleGold MedalBronze TrophySuper Star from British Columbia, Canada
    Does it really matter?
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    5 years ago
    ico
    guest from Michigan, United States
    Doesn't really matter, both would be equally horrible for this country,
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    2 years ago
    ico +1
    Why?
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    5 years ago
    ico +1
    guest from California, United States
    So that they could take out the goddamn "Under God" part in the pledge of allegiance
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    5 years ago
    ico
    guest from Michigan, United States
    seriously?! That's a really immature statement. Instead of being concerned about the economic issues in the country you are more concerned about what the Pledge of Allegiance says. That's ridiculous.
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    2 years ago
    ico +1
    It's religiously discriminatory, it should be taken out.
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    8 months ago
    ico
    guest from New Jersey, United States
    It distinguishes American Secularism from state atheism.
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    5 years ago
    ico +4
    guest from Telford and Wrekin, United Kingdom
    I wouldn't care but I'm an atheist so I went for this option
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    5 years ago
    ico
    madkid123 MaleSilver MedalSuper Star from London, City of, United Kingdom
    weird question
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    5 years ago
    ico +2
    because why not, he might be a good one
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    5 years ago
    ico +1
    guest from Queensland, Australia
    so long as he's fair to everyone
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    5 years ago
    ico +1
    guest from Tennessee, United States
    Haha yeah like religious people are soooo kind to atheists.
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    6 years ago
    ico +4
    guest from Michigan, United States
    Atheists are way too smug for my liking.
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    6 years ago
    ico +9
    daniele MaleBlue Star from Florida, United States
    atheist, so that way religion does not stand in the way of making choices for the country.
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    5 years ago
    ico +1
    guest from the United States
    yes it would. anything that resembled religion would be shot down. because all atheist are complete assholes to religious people
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    5 years ago
    ico +4
    Not all of them. Not even most of them.
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    2 years ago
    ico
    Wow. It is in fact people like you who are intolerant and shoot down atheism
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    6 years ago
    ico +1
    guest from the United States
    There have been many terrorist attacks led by misli
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    6 years ago
    ico
    Shorthop MaleGold MedalSilver TrophySuper Star from Illinois, United States
    i really dont care
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    6 years ago
    ico +12
    ScottyD MaleGold MedalSuper Star from California, United States
    I would love to have a non religious leader for once.
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    6 years ago
    ico +12
    guest from Maryland, United States
    Since when is EITHER a bad thing?
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    6 years ago
    ico +17
    guest from Alsace, France
    Aaaah America the country where the people think muslim are a evil..
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    6 years ago
    ico +2
    guest from North Carolina, United States
    No I would have an atheist president over a Christian one.
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    6 years ago
    ico +1
    You know nothing about America or our culture. Just think what everyone else who never lived in America think. You have no original thought! Buy in what the media tells you because that makes you feel better about yourself.
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    6 years ago
    ico +1
    guest from Hamburg, Germany
    Atheists are? Btw, get back to GERMANY! jk
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    6 years ago
    ico +1
    jaredc FemaleGold MedalGold TrophySuper StarDiamond from Pennsylvania, United States
    yes we most definitely think they are "a evil"